Ofcom's fourth radio spectrum auction drew offers from companies looking to benefit from high-capacity broadband services.
"The spectrum has been released on a technology- and service-neutral basis, allowing users the flexibility to decide what technology to use, what services to offer and to change their use of the spectrum over time," Ofcom said in a statement.
BT paid £183,000 for 2 x 126MHz in the 32GHz band, Orange paid £272,130 for 2 x 252MHz in the 32GHz band, while T-Mobile paid £321,000 for 2 x 80MHz in the 10GHz band, 2 x 252MHz in the 32GHz band and 2 x 250MHz in 40GHz band.
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